Sunday, July 6, 2014

Waiting For Defining Moments

It wasn't long ago that I picked up an ebook called Entangled Moments.
That fortuitous moment introduced me to a new author and  a special place called

Entangled Moments also introduces us to Carlene and Melisa, women who are stronger than they themselves believe.
It may not have been long ago but it seems like a lifetime, a full enjoyble lifetime.

Following Entangled Moments (which you can download  free from various retailers)
came  Rekindled Moments and the fullfillment of hopes and dreams, at least for Carlene.

All that love and abundance of emotions spilled over, and came together in a third novel, Bittersweet Moments.

Bittersweet Moments is the story of Melisa's life, love and loss.
How much can one person endure?

We are led to believe this has a happy ending.

When have you ever known the course of love to run smoothly and obstacle free?

Melisa Dane has made it through the worst. Her heart was broken, but Florian Dane, better known as “Heat”—and the man of her dreams—returned to mend it. Now, with her family almost complete, Melisa is ready to sit back and enjoy life.

But fate isn't done with her yet. The perpetual smile on her face freezes when the second man to steal her heart shows up in her life once again. Scott Bergfeld, the husband she buried and grieved for years ago, is not dead, and he comes back bearing secrets.

Heartbroken and confused, Melisa tries to find answers to questions she never thought she'd ask, but what she learns throws her life into turmoil. Soon, cracks start to form in her marriage with Heat. As her heart is torn into two halves—between the man she loved first and the man she married first—she comes dangerously close to having her whole life destroyed again. How many people will end up getting hurt? This time, does she have the strength to make it through?
We have to wait until August to find out!

Dori Lavelle, is a mother, wife, and lover of happy endings and mint chocolate.
She thinks love and chocolate make such a perfect pair. Give her a great romance novel with a hint of suspense and a mug of hot chocolate and she'd be one happy woman.
Growing up, Dori read a lot, and when she wasn't happy with a particular ending, she wrote a different one, just for herself. Before long, she was writing stories when she should have been doing homework. The time has come for her to share the stories she cooks up in her head.

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